Mr Drew Stolen song controversy: We didn’t intend to steal Rotimi’s song – Kaywa

Management of Highly Spiritual Music has released a statement rubbishing news making rounds that his artiste Mr Drew has stolen a song titled Love Riddim which belongs to Rotimi an American / Nigerian artiste .

In a statement copied to Ghanaian Journalist and Blogger Attractive Mustapha, his management stated that their Label is privy to all the copyrights Infringement Laws and as such, they wouldn’t do such a thing intentionally

Below is the full statement.

Our attention has been drawn to news circulating that our artiste, Mr Drew has
stolen a song “Love Riddim” belonging to Rotimi, an America/Nigerian artiste. The
song was a ‘cover version’ a remake or revival of the original performance and on
every occasion our Artiste credited the originator ‘Rotimi’.

We want to state emphatically that our Label is privy to all the copyrights
Infringement Laws and as such we wouldn’t do such a thing intentionally.

There was a little miscommunication between our digital publisher and that of
Rotimi’s which caused them to block the video on copyright grounds. Moreover, the
label is in talks with the rightful outfit and Mr Drew is in a friendly conversation
with Rotimi.
We unequivocally take the blame and promise to make sure this never happens again
in the future.

David Kojo Kyei ( Kaywa)
CEO, Highly Spiritual Music

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